Riverside Green & Thuringowa Parks Open Space Renewal

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Consultation has concluded

Townsville City Council is committed to providing parks, sporting fields and recreation areas with facilities that promote and contribute to the health and wellbeing of our city.

To deliver on this commitment, Council plans to renew the open space and community facilities at the below locations:

  • Riverside Green Park – Freshwater Drive, Douglas
  • Thuringowa Park – Kern Brothers Drive, Kirwan.

Why are these renewal projects necessary?

  • To improve recreational opportunities for residents and visitors to enjoy
  • To encourage an active and healthy lifestyle
  • To increase inclusive community facilities within the suburbs.

Community Feedback Sought

Council would like to know what facilities you use at these parks and what improvements to the existing facilities you would like to see.

Please keep in mind that Council will allocate a budget for each park that is based on location, size, accessibility, facilities, and proximity to other parks in the neighbourhood.

How can you get involved?

Council invites you to have your say on these projects. Your feedback will contribute to renewing these open spaces and guide decision making for future planning.

Have Your Say

A Have Your Say survey will be open for public participation from Monday, 7 March to Tuesday, 5 April 2022.

Townsville City Council is committed to providing parks, sporting fields and recreation areas with facilities that promote and contribute to the health and wellbeing of our city.

To deliver on this commitment, Council plans to renew the open space and community facilities at the below locations:

  • Riverside Green Park – Freshwater Drive, Douglas
  • Thuringowa Park – Kern Brothers Drive, Kirwan.

Why are these renewal projects necessary?

  • To improve recreational opportunities for residents and visitors to enjoy
  • To encourage an active and healthy lifestyle
  • To increase inclusive community facilities within the suburbs.

Community Feedback Sought

Council would like to know what facilities you use at these parks and what improvements to the existing facilities you would like to see.

Please keep in mind that Council will allocate a budget for each park that is based on location, size, accessibility, facilities, and proximity to other parks in the neighbourhood.

How can you get involved?

Council invites you to have your say on these projects. Your feedback will contribute to renewing these open spaces and guide decision making for future planning.

Have Your Say

A Have Your Say survey will be open for public participation from Monday, 7 March to Tuesday, 5 April 2022.